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Bilal the Abyssinian - Mobile version

Bilal the Abyssinian - Mobile version

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This book, Bilal ibn Rabah: Islam's Attitude to Racial Discrimination, outlines the history of Bilal ibn Rabah, a former slave from Abyssinia who became a companion of the Prophet. 

Slavery in Islam

Slavery in Islam

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Did Islam legislate slavery? In this album you can find out that Islam came to eliminate slavery, and freed man to be a slave to God. Perhaps you will find new information that you may not knew before. 

Slavery: Widely different perspectives

Slavery: Widely different perspectives

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Over the course of history, there have been several kinds of slavery. Slavery never ceased to exist at any time or age, including our present time which witnessed the emancipation proclamation by Abraham Lincoln. Sexual slavery and human trafficking is a dark registry of the modern material culture. - What is the position of Islam towards all of this?

Bilal The Abyssinian

Bilal The Abyssinian

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This book tells the history of Bilal ibn Rabah, a former slave who become a companion of the prophet. The book expounds Islam's attitude to radical discrimination, highlighting significant events that show the Prophet took care of many of those who were persecuted, protected them and gave them their rightful status in the Muslim community.

Bilal the Abyssinian

Bilal the Abyssinian

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This book, Bilal ibn Rabah: Islam's Attitude to Racial Discrimination, outlines the history of Bilal ibn Rabah, a former slave from Abyssinia who became a companion of the Prophet. 

How to deal with slaves

How to deal with slaves

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Whosoever kills his slave: he shall be killed. Whosoever imprisons his slave and starves him ,he shall be imprisoned and starved himself , and whosoever castrates his slave shall himself be castrated. (Abu Dawud.Diyat.70;Tirmidhi.Diyat.17;Al-Nasa’i .Qasama.10.16)

Rights of slaves in Islam

Rights of slaves in Islam

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Rights of slaves in Islam: -Do not starve them -Do not kill them -Do not punish them -Do not call them slaves -Do not slap them -Do not imprison them -Do not castrate them -Do not accuse them wrongly -Do not abuse them -Do not overburden them -Educating the slave is encouraged -Feed them from what you eat and clothe them from what you wear -Let him sit with you at the dining -They could lead the congregational prayers -Give him food from your share if his food is shortened -Help the slave if he is overburdened

Sources of slaves

Sources of slaves

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They were many sources of slaves at the time of the advent of Islam,whereas the meaning of manumitting them were virtually nil.Islam changed the way in which slavery was dealt with; it created many new ways of liberating slaves,blocked many ways of enslaving people ,and established guidelines which blocked these means.

Slavery In Islam

Slavery In Islam

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Over the course of history, there have been several kinds of slavery. Slavery never ceased to exist at any time or age, including our present time which witnessed the emancipation proclamation by Abraham Lincoln. What is really tragic is that the modern day slavery has actually taken a more brutal forms of humiliating the human dignity. Sexual slavery and human trafficking is a dark registry of the modern material culture. - What is the position of Islam towards all of this? - How does Islam address these issues? - What is the difference between the concept of slavery for Islam vs. the concept of slavery in the past and modern times? Questions that we seek to answer in this short film.